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Erected by the Citizens of Pettis County in honor of our sons who faithfully served this nation and the cause of freedom in the Vietnam War with special tribute to those men whose valor and devotion to duty took them from us. We Remember! Vern…
· 1927: John Bothwell & Community Hotel Company completed $400,000 hotel · 1934: Harry S Truman learned he had been selected to run for U.S. Senate · 1942: Actress Bette Davis dined in Palm Room · 1959: Ac…
With the faith and courage of their forefathers who made possible the freedom of these United States The Boy Scouts of America dedicate this replica of the Statue of Liberty as a pledge of everlasting fidelity and loyalty 40th Anniversa…
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
The Katy Depot signifies the importance of Sedalia in the history and development of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad as well as the railroad's importance to the history and development of Sedalia. Listed on the National Register of Histor…
The Railroad is a mighty force magical and mysterious Trains represent noise, rhythm and change. To many trains seem a thing of the past - the stuff of story books. With this art piece the Sedalia Heritage Foundation sought to provide a r…
[Drawing of courthouse burning] [Three pillars from old courthouse]
Block of ground donated by Gen. Geo. R. Smith Building erected 1924 County Court Presiding Judge J. L. McCurdy Associate Judges G. W. Teeter S. M. Williams A. R. Barnes, Supt ——————- Corner Stone Laid…
In Memory of Our Glorious Dead 1917 - 1918 World War II Korea Vietnam [Rolls of Honored Dead]
Dedicated Nov. 11, 1973 This memorial to all Pettis Countians living and dead, who served the Armed Forces of the United States of America Presented to the Pettis County Court and all Pettis Countians by the American Legion Post 16 Howard R. …